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Re: Section 0: Naming

From: Eve L. Maler <elm@arbortext.com>
Date: Tue, 04 Feb 1997 15:27:01 -0500
Message-Id: <3.0.16.19970204152701.340ff01a@village.doctools.com>
To: w3c-sgml-wg@w3.org
I like Hyper-XML -- a lot! -- as the short name, and Hypertext Enabled XML
as the long name.  In fact, for the short version, HyperXML spelled solid,
without the hyphen, looks even better.

        Eve

At 08:21 PM 2/4/97 +0000, Digitome Ltd. wrote:
>I think we should look for some marketing spin in the naming. I am
>not a marketing type and am distinctly unqualified to offer an opinion but
>that never stopped me before:-)
>
>I suggest we call it "Hyper-X" being the short name for "Hyper-XML" being
>the short name for "Hypertext enhanced eXtensible Markup Language"
>
>Sean Mc Grath
>digitome@iol.ie
>
>
>Sean Mc Grath
>digitome@iol.ie
>Digitome Electronic Publishing
>Developers of IDM - Next Generation SGML Transformation Technology
>http://www.screen.ie/digitome
>
>
>
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